Dr. Martha Mundy
Professor Martha Mundy holds a PhD in anthropology and specialized in the anthropology of the Arab world. Professor Mundy joined the Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology in the mid of the eighties till 1992. Her research concerned on the anthropology of law and the state, and investigated the political and economic transformations in southern Syria (present-day north Jordan) during the late Ottoman period and the oral history of village societies.
Prof. Mundy edited two books of the publications series of the Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology: Part-Time Farming and Village Forms between Growth and Engineering (1990).